The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Germano files election grievances

Holly Pullano

November 13, 2003

Election Day was both a success and a headache for Mike Germano, a Quinnipiac junior who ran as a petitioning candidate for Legislative council in Hamden on November 4. Students turned out by the hundreds to cast their vote for...

CAP reaches out to community

Holly Pullano

November 6, 2003

The Community Action Project (CAP) held its annual Community Service Conference this past Saturday, Nov. 1, and offered students opportunities to get inspired about volunteering in their community. During the course of the day,...

Shuttle vandalism cause for concern

Holly Pullano

October 30, 2003

A meeting between the Student Government Association, Security and the Shuttle and Transit Division of Dattco took place on Oct. 23 to discuss what should be done about the continued vandalism of University-provided shuttles. Present...

It’s the end of Radio 104 as we know it

Holly Pullano

October 2, 2003

"It's the end of the world as we know it." For Eric Hoffses, a 2003 graduate of Quinnipiac, these song lyrics signaled the end of his deejaying career at Radio 104, a popular alternative rock station among both Quinnipiac students...

Nacos analyzes terrorism, media

Holly Pullano

September 18, 2003

As the Quinnipiac community prepared to honor the second anniversary of the worst terrorist attacks in American history, an expert on terrorism propaganda spoke to a large audience in the School of Law's Grand Courtroom Wednesday...

Learning Center continues to build potential

Holly Pullano

September 11, 2003

New freshmen on campus may be wondering how they are going to balance all their classes, studying and homework with their newfound freedom as college students. Luckily, the Learning Center, located in Tator Hall, offers numerous...

Quinnipiac graduates-turned staff- discuss why they never left campus

Holly Pullano

May 9, 2003

As you look around at the school where you have chosen to spend the next four years, ask youself what was it that drew you here? It might be the beauty of the campus, the sense of community, the athletics, or the school's reputation...

Students, faculty express study abroad concerns

Holly Pullano

April 10, 2003

As soldiers fight the war in Iraq, students at Quinnipiac are expressing mixed feelings about joining them overseas. These students are not speaking of fighting in the war; rather they are expressing concerns about the dangers...

Students to spread love of poetry

Holly Pullano

April 10, 2003

The English Club will host its 5th annual Student Poetry Reading Monday night at 7 p.m. in Mancheski Seminar Room. The event features students reading their own poetry, short stories, short essays and songs, followed by a food...

Quinnipiac celebrates women’s creativity

Holly Pullano

March 27, 2003

A tribute to the creative achievements of women was the theme of last weekends 9th annual Celebrating Women's Creativity conference. The conference showcased the art, film, music, business and professional contributions that...

Women’s Studies looks to expand

Holly Pullano

March 6, 2003

The Women's Studies program at Quinnipiac is alive and well. The problem is that most students aren't aware that a Women's Studies program even exists. To address this issue, the program recently held a luncheon open to all...

University popularity rises, admissions more competitive

Holly Pullano

February 27, 2003

Since 1998, Quinnipiac has experienced a notable growth in its undergraduate applications. In 1998, 5,853 potential students applied for admission. In 2002, the number rose to nearly 8,000. According to Joan Isaac Mohr, vice...